Hotel General Manager
Ensure flawless operations in every department of a hotel.
Tobacconists are expert tobacco dealers: Not only do they sell cigarettes, cigars, and loose tobacco, but they also know just about everything to do with them. If you’re a Tobacconist, you understand your product inside and out: its different forms, the varying colors and scents, the textures and tastes, and everything else that makes up the experience of smoking. You use that information to steer customers towards products that fit their palates, preferences, and pocketbooks.
Because smoking is somewhat of a taboo subject these days, business in the tobacco industry isn’t booming the way it used to. However, there are still many smokers out there who appreciate a professional opinion such as yours. People who roll their own cigarettes, indulge in a fine cigar or two, or smoke old-fashioned pipes generally prefer to get their tobacco from a tobacco store with a knowledgeable Tobacconist behind the counter.
Like the Bartender of a wine bar, you’re a connoisseur of fine tobacco, but your job doesn’t stop there. You also have to run the shop, which means handling the money, keeping the shop clean and in order, stocking the products, and assisting customers. Additionally, there are accessories to sell and keep in order: pipes, cigar cutters, rolling papers, and more. If you’re already a tobacco aficionado, you can turn your passion into a career.